By Teddy Wu
Bob Dylan, a living legend, requires no introduction.
For six decades and counting, the singer-songwriter has delivered classic folk albums with powerful political messages, as well as an original, distinctive voice.
Recently, however, the limelight has pivoted away from the star. Though he has
By Juliana Cohen
It’s weird to see Brian Williams in the news, because the NBC anchorman is usually the vehicle for news stories, not the other way around.
It’s weird to imagine him as a fallible person with the capacity to fuck up. He’s a
Brewing trendiness at Archive
By Andrea Risolo
With its towering, liquor-lined bookshelf, impressively high ceilings and stylishly petite portions, Archive Coffee & Bar in downtown Salem offers a distinctive and delicious menu in a surprisingly comfortable atmosphere.
Everything about Archive is consciously cool, from the abundance of beards
By Iris Dowd
Bruce Jenner is an Olympian. He won the gold medal in the 1976 decathlon, which is a total of 10 track and field events—you jump, you throw and you run crazy fast.
It takes two long days of competition to perform at the
By Rachael Decker
“Parent comments were all over the map, from being distressed, [to] just quizzical—[to] upset. It was interesting. It went along for a while,” James Lippincott, assistant vice president for alumni and parent relations, said of the Facebook conversations about the Collegian’s Jan. 28
By Katie Dobbs
In a statement made Jan. 26, Director of Campus Safety Ross Stout said campus security officers will place warning slips on bikes that are not parked according to University policy. After two warnings, Campus Safety will use one of their own locks to
By Joseph Lindblom-Masuwale
The first of three finalists applying for the open tenure-track position in the English department presented her work on Monday, Feb. 10 to a small group of faculty and students in the Hatfield Library.
According to Scott Nadelson, associate professor of English and chair
Bistro cooks up changes after health report
By Emily Hoard
A Marion County health inspector deducted nine points from the Bistro for health and safety violations during a surprise inspection last semester.
Since the student-run café on campus received its score, the managing staff has made several changes
Judge prohibits Smith from leaving Marion County, requires drug testing
By Bronte Dod and Zane Sparling
Appearing in court last Friday, Feb. 6, 22-year-old former Willamette student Beau Wesley Smith entered a plea of not guilty to a new, reduced charge—manslaughter in the first degree.
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By Emily Hoard
ASWU senators officially approved Beta Theta Pi as a University fraternity, debated budget requests and tentatively voted to withdraw more money out of their $155,000 endowment at their meeting Thursday, Feb. 5.
Representatives from Beta Theta Pi, Willamette Emergency Medical Services (WEMS),